Since 2014, the One Woman Project has delivered an educational seminar series for all members of the public to learn about issues of global gender inequality.
The Seminar Series is an ongoing, immersive experience for those new to gender equality and feminism, through to those who have years of experience in the movement.
A combination of interactive discussions, upskilling workshops and phenomenal guest speakers, the Seminar Series is an opportunity to engage with new topics of gender inequality, meet like-minded people in your local community and get your fix of feminism for the week!
In 2019, the first sold out Queensland Seminar Series explored the countless intersections of feminism and learn how we can all be better allies!
Sessions in this series included:
13/03: An Introduction to Intersectionality and Indigenous Issues
20/03: Politics and Allyship
27/03: Age and Culture
03/04: Feminism in Religion
10/04: Domestic Violence and Immigration
17/04: LGBTIQA+ Versus the Patriarchy
Tickets for the Victoria Seminar Series are now on sale. This three week series will explore:
14/08: Feminine leadership in our community
21/08: Mentoring and its value
28/08: Networking and leadership
Hear from phenomenal guest speakers including:
Belle Lim - National Women’s Officer for CISA and Research PHD Candidate
Lorna Deng - Cofounder of DivTal and People Partnering Delivery Consultant at NAB
Shabnam Safa - Project Officer in Youth Leadership at the Centre for Multicultural Youth
Eleanor Clifford - President at UN Youth Victoria and Juris Doctor Candidate
What will you receive from the Seminar Series?
The program will empower you with the necessary tools to create active and sustainable change in a global society.
The program will give you up-to-date, academic knowledge of issues surrounding gender inequality in a global context. You also hear from a range of acclaimed guest speakers with a wealth of knowledge in the field.
Throughout the Series, you will have the opportunity to network and connect with like-minded people, facilitators and advocacy organisations in your local community.